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Asbestos Abatement and Assessments

If your building has a problem with asbestos you need knowledgeable, professional help from people you can trust. One Stop Environmental has been in business since 1999, and have abatement supervisors with over 20 years’ experience. Our staff can evaluate your site to find an abatement option that meets your needs and your budget. We will give you an honest assessment of the problem and the level of risk it creates. Then, we will help you determine what the best course of action is to make your property safe again.

One Stop Environmental is certified to take on asbestos and lead abatement projects in many states.  We understand that our reputation depends on how well we perform our duties, which is why we always self-perform our own work. Whether you need help remediating an existing residential or commercial building or simply plan to tear it down and start over, we will help you do it safely. We can also complete an asbestos survey for your property that maps out exactly where the hazardous material is located throughout.

One Stop Environmental currently undertakes asbestos abatement projects of all sizes throughout the Southeast.  We offer competitive pricing and most importantly high quality work. If you would like a quote for your specific project, or if you need a resource for asbestos questions please use the contact information above to speak directly to our division manager Gerrad Hicks.

Asbestos Exposure in Residential and Commercial Buildings

Asbestos, lead and mold are three of the most common environmental hazards found inside both residential and commercial buildings. All three of these substances can be hazardous to the health and safety of people that live and work in affected buildings. Asbestos can cause diseases like mesothelioma, lung cancer and asbestosis. Lead can cause lead poisoning and brain damage, especially in children. Mold can cause serious reactions and respiratory illness.